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United States Stamps continued...

1851-1856 ISSUES continued...
Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
41 og 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, attractive mint single, rich luxuriant color and a strong impression, clear to large margins all around, full clean o.g., lightly hinged, very fine; not at all common in fresh mint condition with original gum; 2003 PSE certificate for a horizontal pair, this being the right stamp. (Image) $750.00

SOLD for $375.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
42 og 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, positions 99-100R1L, striking bottom left corner sheet-margin mint horizontal pair, boasting large to enormous margins all around, including impressively wide sheet margins, deep luxuriant color, small part o.g., extremely fine; an eye-arresting positional piece that is especially rare being mint; 1980 PF certificate; ex-Ishikawa and Chapin. (Image) $1,600.00

SOLD for $850.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
43 og 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, positions 5-6L1L, top sheet-margin horizontal mint pair, margins range from just touching at bottom to mostly very large, deep rich color, full o.g., a very fine and scarce mint pair; ex-Chapin. (Image) $1,600.00

SOLD for $625.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
44 ogPB 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, a showpiece reconstructed right sheet-margin partial imprint and plate "No. 1" block of eight, being one of just a very few recorded plate number multiples of the One Cent Blue Type IV imperforate, consisting of a bottom partial imprint and plate number block of four that was fortuitously reunited years later by John Chapin with the matching partial imprint block of four at top, both blocks quite well margined (bottom block just in at bottom left), strong rich color and impressions, full o.g., each block with a single crease and very negligible toning specks, bottom block with a small cut between the two bottom stamps, overall of very fine and impressive appearance; an important classic plate number multiple, as only one intact plate block of eight is known, which has not surfaced on the market in years; Chapin census #7A; ex-Eno, Klep (bottom block) and Chapin. (Image) Est. 7,500-10,000

SOLD for $4,750.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
45 O 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, used, three gigantic margins showing portions of the adjoining stamps, fourth at top is quite large, deeply rich color and a crisp detailed impression, light c.d.s. and a small portion of a red transit cancel, extremely fine and handsome; 2000 PSE certificate. (Image) $155.00

SOLD for $230.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
46 O 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, position 40R1L, striking used example, featuring huge margins all around including a portion of the sheet margin at right and portions of the adjoining stamps at top and bottom, deep luxuriant colors and a razor-sharp impression, c.d.s. cancels, extremely fine; 1998 PF certificate. (Image) $125.00

SOLD for $290.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
47 O 9 image#9, 1c Blue, Ty. IV, used horizontal strip of three, ample to large margins all around except just into design at bottom right, deep rich color and a strong early impression, grid cancels, very fine overall; 2004 PF certificate. (Image) $425.00

SOLD for $350.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
48 og 9 var. image#9 var., 1c Blue, Ty. IV, recut twice at top and twice at bottom, position 79L1L, a gem mint example of the rarest of all the recut varieties (only two positions of the sheet were recut in this manner), possessing an extraordinary overall freshness, with strikingly intense color and an outstanding impression on bright paper, its margins are uncommonly large and symmetrical, full clean o.g., lightly hinged, extremely fine; a highly desirable copy not only as a premium quality mint #9, but whose recutting variety enhances its scarcity even further; 1998 PF certificate; ex-Floyd. (Image) $900.00

SOLD for $1,600.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
49 og 10 image#10, 3c Orange brown, impressive appearing example of this rare mint stamp, possessing large well clear margins all around, a feature seldom found on this issue, strong bright color and detailed impression, full white o.g. except for a small tone spot at top, only the barest trace of hinging, light vertical creases that are not apparent from the face, extremely fine appearance; photocopy of a 1994 PSE certificate for a block of fourteen, this being the top middle stamp. (Image) $3,250.00

SOLD for $500.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
50 og 10 image#10, 3c Orange brown, rare mint example, strong rich color and impression, particularly bright and fresh with three full even margins, just barely into the frame at top right, full clean o.g., lightly hinged, very fine for this difficult mint stamp; 2004 PF certificate. (Image) $3,250.00

SOLD for $2,100.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
51 ng 10 image#10, 3c Orange brown, handsome unused single of a particularly difficult stamp, unusually fresh with beautiful rich color and impression, margins range from large to barely into the frame line at bottom right, very fine example of this tightly margined value; 1973 PF certificate. (Image) $1,400.00

SOLD for $400.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
52 O 10 image#10, 3c Orange brown, an impressive used single, with especially large margins all around including a portion of the adjoining stamp at right, deep luxuriant color and an especially intense impression, light centrally struck grid cancel, extremely fine; a lovely used gem; 2003 PF certificate. (Image) $110.00

SOLD for $290.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
53 og 10 var. image#10 var., 3c Deep orange brown, a particularly rare and desirable mint example of one of the most difficult stamps of the 19th century to find mint, especially in this deep shade which is as intense and deep as we have seen, striking prooflike impression and possessing a marvelous overall brilliance, in addition this example possesses four clear to large margins, a most uncommon feature for this value, and including what is probably a portion of the top sheet margin, part o.g., accompanying certificate mentions light tone spots in the top margin which are totally inconsequential, not only because they are so light, but because most could be trimmed away and still leave a large margin, very fine and a stamp with tremendous eye appeal; 1995 PF certificate specifically identifying this as the deep orange brown shade. (Image) $3,500.00

SOLD for $1,200.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
54 og 11 image#11, 3c Dull red, crisp mint single, four large to huge margins, which are not often found on this value, showing the frame line of the next stamp at bottom, fresh color and sharp impression, large part o.g., extremely fine and handsome example; 1988 PF certificate. (Image) $275.00

SOLD for $260.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
55 og 11 var. image#11 var., 3c Brownish carmine, fresh mint single of this scarcer early shade, clear to large margins all around, rich color and crisp impression, full o.g., lightly hinged, very fine; 1993 PF certificate. (Image) $310.00

SOLD for $220.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
56 ogbl 11 var. image#11 var., 3c Brownish carmine, handsome mint block of six (2x3), bright rich color characteristic of this more desirable early shade which is attributed to the year 1852, clear to large margins all around including small portion of the sheet margin at top, full o.g., h.r. on the top pair, faint vertical crease between the two strips of three (more like a gum crease) and tiny margin thin at right of bottom right stamp, otherwise very fine and a nice example of a difficult block. (Image) $2,350.00+

SOLD for $1,800.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
57 og 11 var. image#11 var., 3c Deep claret, extra vertical line outside of left frame line, four well clear to large margins, deep color of this late shade variety, o.g., small stain on reverse, otherwise extremely fine; a rare combination of both a scarce shade and a scarce variety of recutting; clear 1997 PF certificate; ex-Caspary. (Image) $360.00+

SOLD for $150.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
58 O 11 var. image#11 var., 3c Claret, double transfer at bottom, position 4R5L, a gem used example featuring exceptionally large margins all around, including a partial sheet margin at top, excellent clarity of impression which shows the double transfer exceedingly well, rich color on bright paper, light town c.d.s., extremely fine; a lovely used stamp; 1991 PSE and 2004 PF certificates. (Image) $19.00+

SOLD for $210.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
59 ogO #11 #11, 1852-57 3c Washington specialized group consisting of 18 nice used singles selected and annotated by Carroll Chase with three typical shades for each of the six years from 1852-1857, notes are in Chase's hand, also a reconstruction of the imprint and plate number for plate 1, consisting of two used singles and a mint vertical pair with partial imprint and plate "No. 1.", also a cover with an attractive #11 that appears to not have been cancelled, fine-very fine or better and an interesting lot for the specialist; ex-Chapin. Est. 200-300

SOLD for $425.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM
60 O 12 image#12, 5c Red brown, especially select used single, four uniformly large margins, strikingly intense color in an unusually deep shade, excellent impression on immaculate paper, very lightly cancelled, extremely fine; signed A. Brun and Calves and accompanied by a 1996 PF certificate. (Image) $875.00

SOLD for $725.00
Closing..Nov-05, 09:00 AM

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